Example of Google’s censorship of election fraud

Example of Google’s censorship of election fraud.

A YouTube of the witness statement of Jesse Binnall on the Nevada election has been deleted by YouTube. Click on the link to the video (embedded below), and you get the message “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service”.

Fortunately, BitChute has the video:

Binnall tweeted: “YouTube has decided that my opening statement in the U.S. [Senate], given under oath and based upon hard evidence, is too dangerous for you to see; they removed it. To this day, ‘our evidence has never been refuted, only ignored.’

It’s pretty factual. Some excerpts:

Our evidence came both from data scientists and brave
whistleblowers. Here is what we found:

  • Over 42,000 people voted more than once. …
  • At least 1,500 dead people are recorded as voting…
  • More than 19,000 people voted even though they did not live in Nevada…
  • About 8,000 people voted from non-existent addresses.
  • Over 15,000 votes were cast from commercial or vacant addresses. …
  • Almost 4,000 non-citizens also voted …

The list goes on. All in all, our experts identified over 130,000 unique instances of voter fraud in Nevada. …

Government by the consent of the governed is hard to win and easy to lose. Every single time a fraudulent or illegal vote is cast, the vote of an honest citizen is canceled out.

Google (who own YouTube) would prefer you didn’t know this. Do you feel patronized by Google?

hat-tip Stephen Harper